Making profitable the boat of Glenn Paige School

by Mleci asbl
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Summary

The project will provide the boat with an appropriate engine of 75 horse-power, petrol reserve and life vest.
$9,500.00
total goal
$3,327.00
remaining
13
donors
0
monthly donors
1
year

Challenge

The Glenn Paige Nonkilling School that holds 600 school children victims of war, is a private free charge school. The boat constitute a small business support for the school. Actually, the boat sails with a worn engine of low power (55 horse-power). The project reinforce the boat potentially to sail.

Solution

The boat will carry people and their goods from one place to another on the Lake Tanganyika. This income generation activity will provide funds to cover all the needs of the school.

Long-Term Impact

The project will stabilize (make available) the salaries of 11 school workers and cover the needs like health care, malnutrition, clothes and shoes for 600 school children and for the good working of the school.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

http:/​/​www.mleci.edublogs.org
our website
our facebook page

Organization Information

Mleci asbl

Location: Uvira, South Kivu - Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Website: http:/​/​www.mleci.edublogs.org
Project Leader:
Lucien MABWE
Uvira, South Kivu Congo, Democratic Republic of the
$6,173 raised of $9,500 goal
 
30 donations
$3,327 to go
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